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Quess Reinforces its Training & Skill Development Platform Signed MoU with Andhra Pradesh

Signed MoU with Andhra Pradesh Economic Development Board to setup a Skill University

National, August 3, 2018: Quess Corp, India’s leading business services provider, has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (“MoU”) with Andhra Pradesh Economic Development Board (“APEDB”) to setup a Skill University in the State. The planned University is expected to ramp up in multiple phases which would create employment opportunities in the state. The partnership strives to create a model of education which can deliver outstanding technical and vocational learning in various domains. This initiative would cement Quess’ position as a leader in the skill development space and is going to be a key growth driver for the company in the coming years.

Quess is one of the largest employer in the country with a gross employee addition of over 100,000 last year. The company has a market leading presence in the HR services space with end-to-end offerings across Employee Lifecycle Management starting from training & skill development to deployment of resources for clients across sectors which maximizes the value creation for both the individual and the organization.

Quess is amongst the largest training and skill development partner to the Ministry of Rural Development and National Skills Development Corporation. Quess currently has a capacity to train over 40,000 students across 100+ learning centers.

Commenting on the MOU with APEDB, Chairman & MD Mr. Ajit Isaac said that, “We are excited about our association with Andhra Pradesh Economic Development Board. Quess being a market leader in the training and skill development arena will be able to leverage its competence to produce best-in-class skilled human resources that will effectively harness India’s demographic dividend. We aspire to make our partner states a preferred destination for quality workforce. This will help Industries bridge the skill gap and combat the talent crunch it is facing right now.”

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